Angels and Demons Trilogy: 1. FALLEN Angels; 2. Angels DESCENDANTS; 3. Angels NEMESIS by J.C. Seal My rating: **** 4 of 5 stars Book 01 of my Goodreads Challenge 2021 Unique stories of angels and demons Book 1 Fallen Angels I downloaded this wonderful trilogy as a Christmas treat for myself, having seen it … Continue reading #BookReview ‘Angels and Demons Trilogy’
Book Review by Laura on Goodreads. ‘A Halloween treat, much better than sweets.’ The story of ‘Ebenezer and the Bully’ is a magical rhyming tale of behaviour matters, and the importance of being kind. It’s a treat for families to share or for reading alone, aimed at children aged 8-12 years old. With characters loosely … Continue reading #BookReview for Young Ebenezer ~ Confronts the School Bully
***The Dark Woods Trilogy Series is complete*** This isn't your grandmother's fairytale. In the old days, people whispered about the wolf, said he came only at night, and only by the light of the full moon. They locked their doors and huddled close to their fires, safe in the knowledge they could prepare for his … Continue reading #NewRelease ‘The Dark Woods Trilogy’
Unlikely Soldiers Book Four: Murder & Mayhem by Deb McEwan Book 17 of my Goodreads Challenge 2020 Unlikely Soldiers Book Four: Murder & Mayhem by Deb McEwan My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is Book 4 in the 'Unlikely Soldiers Series', and if you have not yet read the other books it is highly … Continue reading #NewRelease Unlikely Soldiers Book Four: Murder & Mayhem
I have just finished reading this powerful book, perfect for a wet and windy Sunday when I was self indulgent and read for a few hours.
Twins were born in a hospital in Brazil as their parents had to flee their homeland escaping to England. Carolina was distraught as she left them behind even though she was reassured that they would be cared for. Unfortunately only one twin was adopted by a wealthy family, whereas the other twin was left on the street. They were teenagers before Jose’s parents began to search for his lost brother just at the time as Jose’s natural parents risked returning to Brazil.
The story is written from several points of view which gives you a complete picture of their individual lives and the mixed emotions each character is experiencing. The imminent danger, the contrast between the rich and dire poverty and the heart rendering…
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Zak, My Boy Wonder by Deb McEwan Rose English rating: 5 of 5 stars Book 100 of my Goodreads Challenge 2019 Dr. Seuss was right when he said 'Why fit in when you were born to stand out?' Zak certainly stands out, he truly is a 'Boy Wonder' he is thoughtful and caring and even … Continue reading Book Review ‘Zak, My Wonder Boy’